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Kinship Carers Voices

Kinship Carers UK have given me my voice back, I was on my knees as I'm sure we've all felt like pulling our hair out. Kinship is not for the faint hearted and it's about time we were heard. I'd like to share with you a new group that kinship carers can use not only to vent (lets be honest, we all need those moments) but to be listened to. One voice is ignored, two voices meh?, hundreds and maybe more, we will be heard! please help us create more awareness for kinship carers up and down the UK.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/440908139861392/?ref=br_rs

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